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Just a small index card-sized character sheet that made it a lot easier for me and my wife to keep track of character stats (the full-page ones were too unwieldy and we don't play a role-play heavy game). If you like it and use it, please let me know and I'll post more stuff up as I create them.

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Visvesvaran S December 05, 2018 4:14 am UTC
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"SAVE" or "SAV" seems like a more readily understandable abbreviation for "saving throw" than "ST". "SLTHD" doesn't clearly indicate "Sleight of Hand", though I suppose that's unwieldy no matter what; perhaps "SLEIG" or similar? Once people understand which skill it refers to, they can guess the rest of the name themselves.

Also, technically there are a few 2d6 weapons... and there's no way to keep track of spells themselves (only slots), though I suppose those could go in the Weapons box too (though most of those involve multiple dice as well). Perhaps you could shorten the area for the weapons name a bit and make it so that there's a box for number of dice and a box for the die size itself, i.e. [_]d[_].

And a minor note: "Hopefully" is misspelled in your preview image for the product.
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Joe E May 14, 2018 1:05 am UTC
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Single sheet that could be printed directly to index card would be handy
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